Roger Viet Hoang
There is an abundance of computing power sitting in computer labs waiting to be harnessed. Previous research in this area has shown promising results networking clusters of workstations together in order to solve bigger problems faster at a fraction of the cost for supercomputer time. There are, of course, challenges to using these sorts of […]
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Anton Sigitov, Thorsten Roth, Florian Mannuss, Andre Hinkenjann
Most Virtual Reality (VR) applications use rendering methods which implement local illumination models, simulating only direct interaction of light with 3D objects. They do not take into account the energy exchange between the objects themselves, making the resulting images look non-optimal. The main reason for this is the simulation of global illumination having a high […]
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Nan Wang
The objective in this case is not only to be realistic, but also to provide new and intelligible ways of model representation. This raises new issues in data perception. The question of perception of complex data, especially regarding visual feedback, is an open question, and it is the subject of this work. This PhD thesis […]
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Jianying. Li, Yu. Guo, Heye. Zhang, Yongming. Xie
The same as in traditional surgery, surgeons in telerobotic surgery need extensive training to achieve experience and highly accurate instrument manipulation. Traditional training methods like practice in operating room have major drawbacks such as high risk and limited opportunity for which virtual reality (VR) and computer technologies can offer solutions. To accelerate the data transmission […]
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X. Faure, F. Zara, F. Jaillet, J-M. Moreau
The realistic and interactive simulation of deformable objects has become a challenge in Computer Graphics. In this paper, we propose a GPU implementation of the resolution of the mechanical equations, using a semi-implicit as well as an implicit integration scheme. At the contrary of the classical FEM approach, forces are directly computed at each node […]
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Alexander Loffler, Lukas Marsalek, Hilko Hoffmann, Philipp Slusallek
In the field of aircraft design, interior illumination increasingly becomes an important design element. Different illumination scenarios inside an aircraft cabin are considered to influence the mood of air passengers, help passengers to be better prepared for time lags and to create an overall positive environment. Consequently, a physically correct and realistic lighting simulation becomes […]
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Mark Bingham
With recent and continued increases in computing power, and advances in the field of computer graphics, realistic augmented reality environments can now offer inexpensive and powerful solutions in a whole range of training, simulation and leisure applications. One key challenge to maintaining convincing augmentation, and therefore user immersion, is ensuring consistent illumination conditions between virtual […]
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Rong Shen Lee, Mei Ko Ren
Machine tools play an important role in manufacturing, but it is not easy to ensure efficiency and low cost, for machine tools. A machine tool simulation and evaluation system is urgently required. This paper presents an integrated machine tool simulation and evaluation system, which incorporates 3-D motion simulation and collision detection. The evaluation system incorporates […]
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Karl-Ingo Friese, Philipp Blanke, Franz-Erich Wolter
In this work, we present the concept, design and implementation of a new software to visualize and segment 3-dimensional medical data. The main goal was to create a platform that would allow to try out new approaches and ideas while staying independent from hardware and operating system, being especially useful for interdisciplinary research groups. A […]
Alexandre S. Nery, Nadia Nedjah, Felipe M.G. Franca, Lech Jozwiak
The Ray Tracing rendering algorithm can produce high-fidelity images of 3-D scenes, including shadow effects, as well as reflections and transparencies. This is currently done at a processing speed of at most 30 frames per second. Therefore, actual implementations of the algorithm are not yet suitable for interactive real-time rendering, which is required in games […]
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Wei-Sheng Liao, Tung-Ju Hsieh, Yang-Lang Chang, Wen-Yew Liang, Che-Hao Chang, Wei-Yao Chen
This paper presents a webcam-based spherical coordinate conversion system using OpenCL massive parallel computing for panorama video image stitching. With multi-core architecture and its high-bandwidth data transmission rate of memory accesses, modern programmable GPU makes it possible to process multiple video images in parallel for real-time interaction. To get a panorama view of 360 degrees, […]
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Gregory S. Ruthenbeck
Medical simulation has the potential to revolutionise the training of medical practitioners. Advantages include reduced risk to patients, increased access to rare scenarios and virtually unlimited repeatability. However, in order to fulfil its potential, medical simulators require techniques to provide realistic user interaction with the simulated patient. Specifically, compelling real-time simulations that allow the trainee […]
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